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Old 04-17-2012, 01:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for an exploded view of a c200 front axle

Apparently i can't Google for shit

I've never built a Nissan axle and i'm about to start from scratch with an empty bare axle housing and a box of parts. I've got lots of parts and an ARB . The diff i can figure out but i have no clue on the outers..

Really would likke to have an exploded view of the outers to help me from fucking it up..

Any help would be much appreciated
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Old 04-17-2012, 04:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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c200 or r200? c200s where generally rear axles
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Old 04-17-2012, 11:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Fawk if i know.. According to my ARB vendor it's a C200

Kinda threw me off looking at them as the rear looks like a Yota and the front looks like a Dana
I've just dealt with Danas before so i have no idea how these are assembled. I just got a box of parts that's supposed to fit together
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The 80's Patrol had a C200 front which is a Dana-style setup. The rear would be the H233 which is a Yota-style. I have the factory parts-lookup software, here are screenshots of the diagram:

http://photobucket.com/C200knuckle

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The 80's Patrol had a C200 front which is a Dana-style setup. The rear would be the H233 which is a Yota-style. I have the factory parts-lookup software and can get screen grabs of the diagrams.

good thing to know. thanks
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The 80's Patrol had a C200 front which is a Dana-style setup. The rear would be the H233 which is a Yota-style. I have the factory parts-lookup software, here are screenshots of the diagram:

http://photobucket.com/C200knuckle

Great!! Thank you

Any tips/tricks to these axles to keep them from leaking and breaking?
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Old 04-19-2012, 02:05 AM   #7 (permalink)
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If they are anything like a h233 front (later Patrols), the circlip (38516 in the diagram I think) stops the CV moving back and forth and destroying the axle seal. I kept getting leaks until I put these circlips in, they were missing.
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Old 04-19-2012, 02:21 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Thanks, i was hoping you guys from down under wold chime in.

It seems early Patrols are way more common in NZ and Oz.
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Old 04-21-2012, 08:45 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Great!! Thank you

Any tips/tricks to these axles to keep them from leaking and breaking?
Ya shim your bearings correctly.

If you start breaking them, you can upgrade the Cvs and hubs. H233 front CVs (outers) and hubs go straight in, just leave the c-clip off!

The C200 is just about the same thing as an 8" Toyota axle. Main difference is the center is cast with pressed in tubes.
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Ya shim your bearings correctly.

If you start breaking them, you can upgrade the Cvs and hubs. H233 front CVs (outers) and hubs go straight in, just leave the c-clip off!

The C200 is just about the same thing as an 8" Toyota axle. Main difference is the center is cast with pressed in tubes.
So basically i can use my current housing (nice, cause i have an ARB for it) and bolt Y60 (H233) knuckles and CV's on it?

That means i can get reinforced CV's on a C200 front axle without bying a new locker :smile:
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So basically i can use my current housing (nice, cause i have an ARB for it) and bolt Y60 (H233) knuckles and CV's on it?

That means i can get reinforced CV's on a C200 front axle without bying a new locker :smile:
I didn't say you can bolt on the knuckle. I said you can use the outer axle/CV and hubs.

Why would you want to swap knuckles anyways, the C200 has crossover steering which is much better then what the H233 has.
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I didn't say you can bolt on the knuckle. I said you can use the outer axle/CV and hubs.

Why would you want to swap knuckles anyways, the C200 has crossover steering which is much better then what the H233 has.
Right..Just me being slow. Thanks again.

Still, i can use stronger CV's on my C200 axle if i just get H233 hubs - right?

I vaguely remember reading you had to grind down the knuckles some to do this.. not sure if my memory's off.

That also means i stick with my C200 rotors and calipers(?) Good news
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Right..Just me being slow. Thanks again.

Still, i can use stronger CV's on my C200 axle if i just get H233 hubs - right?

I vaguely remember reading you had to grind down the knuckles some to do this.. not sure if my memory's off.

That also means i stick with my C200 rotors and calipers(?) Good news
No worries man....

Here are the H233 CVs loaded into the C200 knuckle. No need to grind anything. These are buffed up CVs too, from Yuri4x4 in Australia. Cals should also work.



Yea you use the H233 hubs. You just leave the outer c-clip off. Or yes you could grind a new groove for the c-clip but there is not a lot of room as you can see.

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That's brilliant!
The axles are under my comp-zuk so they won't see any road mileage, ever. No need for that c-clip.

Thanks again, i really appreciate the info
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